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Burn Your Words by koujaku Burn Your Words by koujaku
You burn your words that someone might hear them, flickering, dancing, catching their eye.
But then they turn to ashes...

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Morethenselfies Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Very nice!
Some might say: "meh, it's just a fire?"

I say: can you take pictures of a fire that's full of message, and where those flames are so bright and clear at the same time?

The warmth is coming from this picture. I'd try it myself, but I fear I might start a forest fire. ;)
Nicely done! :) Maybe you can make it into a wallpaper or something, that would be neat! :D

:+fav:'ed! ^^
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koujaku Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
I used to be good friends with the fellow who owned that notebook. He was an artist, and a pretty darned good one, but he was also a rather conflicted fellow. Not the luckiest of people either. I still kinda wonder what was in the notebook myself, it takes a certain something for an artist to burn their work...

I may have to go back and do a wallpaper for it, it -is- still among my favorites, and I was still testing the waters with resolution and watermarking and the like. These days, it doesn't matter as much to me, I kinda like seeing my pictures going places =D

Thanks for the comment!
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Morethenselfies Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Hmm, most often those most talented are conflicted. It's like all great artists in history.
Like high IQ is linked to some of the biggest criminals/serial killers, such is conflict often linked to artisticly talented people.
Now, this might all be myth... but sometimes I doubt it.

Hooray! :)
hahaha, me to, I have nothing against that... but when you see a logo you created or a picture you've taken on a t-shirt sold on a crappy second hand site, then it does hurt my pride a bit.
It's nice, as long as you aren't being put in the dark while another one shines in the light with the stuff you put some effort into. :S

And no problem!
I like this kind of art. The border between realistic and sience-fiction.
The stuff that makes you wonder if it will ever happen or not. Those FX that fit in so nicely, you wish it were real. ;)
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